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How Your Interior Design Is Influencing Your Subconscious

How Your Interior Design Is Influencing Your Subconscious How Your Interior Design Is Influencing Your Subconscious

By adhering to these concepts, your design will be aesthetically and psychologically pleasing. Image Via: Klein’s Custom Countertops

Yellow– A bright yellow can also be used to help things stand out, such as accessories, flowers or pictures and gives a light and optimistic feeling to any room. It is associated with feelings of joy, happiness and intellect. A muted tone of yellow, according to Brittany Smart, can create a more sophisticated energy without being overwhelming.

Salk made his way to Assisi, Italy, where he lived and worked among the marble columns and courtyards of a 13th Century monastery. Shortly after his arrival, he made a breakthrough that lead to the polio vaccine.

Once you put color on the walls, it’s time to decide how to fill the space. In his book, The System of Objects, sociologist Jean Baudrillard argues that every object chosen to fill a space helps to inform its function. But, beyond that, the combination of every item that fills an interior – from the seating arrangements, to the wall hangings, and down to the coasters that sit on your coffee table – act as an expression of our personalities and desires.

Yildirim, Kemal, et al. “Effects of Interior Colors on Mood and Preference: Comparisons of Two Living Rooms.” Perceptual and Motor Skills, vol. 112, no. 2, 2011, pp. 509–524., doi:10.2466/24.27.pms.112.2.509-524.

Pick colors based on what mood you want for the space. Image Via: Laura Casey Interiors

While color, hue, saturation and tone can all make a huge difference in how we feel and act in our environment, there are other aspects one can consider when designing a room. Although plants are most often used as decoration, they can supply a warmer atmosphere within the technological infrastructure of a classroom (Yildirim 2011). Supporting this theory is the claim that while it can depend on a person’s preference, bringing natural elements into a room tends to have a “comforting” effect and can help those feel more connected to the world (Beaumont 2017). When one feels more connected to the world this can bring a sense of joy and happiness, and in return, these positive emotions and sense of well-being enhance individual creativity (Samani 2017).

Cherry, Kendra. “What’s Your Psychological Reaction to the Color White?” Verywellmind, 6 Dec. 2017,

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INFOGRAPHIC: How Interior Color Choice Can Evoke Moods in Your Home.” Inhabitat Green Design Innovation Architecture Green Building, Inhabitat, 23 Sept. 2013

He suggests when we invite guests into our homes, they instinctively evaluate our interiors on four distinct value criteria, in addition to how the rooms look at face value:

What kind of plants should you put it your space? Well, this is all up to you! However, some plants require more maintenance than others, as well as different lighting and watering methods and these are all important things to consider when choosing plants for your desired space. Good indoor plants options include Fiddle Leafe Figs, Succulents, Boston Ferns, Rubber Trees (Ficus elastic) and Zamioculcas Zamiifolia, also known as ZZ plants (Simmons 2014).

Interior designers use a concept called Perception of Space for decades to make home’s appear more spacious and to make sure that rooms are as user-friendly as possible. Essentially, it just means using visual tricks to alter how others view the space around them.

An exploration of how our surroundings effect our mood and behavior through the disciplines of Psychology, Environmental Philosophy and Interior Design. 

When we think about interior design, we usually think about practical and aesthetic properties: whether or not this paint colour matches your couch, or if that dining table ties in with your kitchen cupboards. Rarely do we consider the psychological effects of colour and space, and apply this to interior design.

Would you consider decorating your home from a psychological point of view? If you’ve already done so, what design choices did you make?

  • Green: Known for its soothing qualities. Green is the perfect choice for a foyer or entryway because it eases the transition from the outdoors.
  • Yellow: Associated with happiness, creation, and creativity. It works well in combination with a calming neutral and in rooms with lots of natural light to create a peaceful environment.
  • Black: An assertion of power. Use black for statement pieces that you want to draw the eye.
  • Brown: Like green, brown’s natural roots give it a relaxing touch. Choose it for rooms where the family gathers and furniture groupings that will incite conversation.
  • Purple: Connotes royalty and luxury. Purple is a great choice for formal living rooms or master bedrooms because it adds an air of lush sophistication.
  • Red: Symbolizes power and passion. It can be used to warm up spaces and make them feel more intimate.
  • Orange: Offers a jolt of energy and innovation. It’s best used as an accent because too much can leave people feeling overwhelmed.
  • Blue: Perpetuates feelings of calm and freshness. It’s a good fit for high traffic areas like kitchens and bathrooms.
  • Gray: Gives a sense of relaxation and serenity. Use gray in spaces like home offices or bathrooms.
  • White: Relates a sense of cleanliness and purity. It is great for defining a space, but use white in conjunction with other colors since too much reads as sterile.

Jalil, Nurlelawati, et al. “Environmental Colour Impact upon Human Behaviour: A Review .” ScienceDirect, Dec. 2011,

It’s no surprise that color is a main component of how we experience the world around us. But, what may be surprising to some is the fact that that the colors in our environment have a definitive effect on or moods and emotions. As you begin to conceptualize your home’s interior design, make sure that you are using colors in ways that fit with the tone you want to create in the space.

If you want to change your lot in life, why not start by changing your interior? The ancient Chinese art of feng shui has been practiced worldwide for over 3,000 years and participants believe that adhering to those principles can help attract good luck, success, love, and positive energy.

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The way that the interior design in your home looks is only one small facet of its impact. Behind the colors that you choose for your walls and the way that you arrange your furniture, there is an additional layer of meaning. Every design choice that you make has a distinct psychological impact on your subconscious. Read these tips above and take them into account as you conceptualize your space. Let us help you create a space that’s equally pleasing to your body and mind.

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Smart, Brittney. “Mood Colors and Their Effect on Interior Design.” Home Decorating Trends – Homedit, Homedit, 4 May 2017,

Beaumont, Sarah. “A Therapist Explains How Interior Design Can Influence Your Mood.” Inside Laurel & Wolf – Interior Design and Style Blog, 19 Apr. 2017,

In the 50s, award-winning biologist Jonas Salk was working round the clock to find a cure for polio. He spent most of his day in a dark, dingy basement in a lab in Pittsburgh. Work was slow, so he decided he needed a change of scenery.

Results were able to show me first-hand some effects indoor plants have on a person’s mood as well as enhance the office environment, and possibly their own homes if they choose to implement biophilic design. Whether it’s painting the room a new color, adding some natural elements, or just moving some furniture around to open up the space, I think people will find putting the time, energy, or money into this will give them results that are not only aesthetically pleasing but can also positively impact mood and emotions.

My mother is a social worker and has her own office would a good amount of natural light so she was able to help me with this experiment. I started by picking up a hanging plant as well as a succulent from the Home Depot, and placed them in her office to see if and how clients would react to a natural element in the room.  I created a short survey of open and closed ended questions for her to leave on the coffee table as an option for her clients to respond to.

Samani, Sanaz Ahmadpoor, et al. “The Impact of Environmental Design on Employee Performance at PNPI Group.” Global Business and Organizational Excellence, Wiley-Blackwell, 12 Dec. 2017,

You know the saying, “Dress for the job you want, not the job you have”? While that’s pretty solid advice for acing an interview, don’t stop there. The sentiment can just as easily be applied to decorating the rooms in your home.

Use optical illusions to control the perception of a space. Image Via: Deakins Design Group

Landscape architect, designer and plant expert Clair Greenhill states that bringing plants into a space is a relatively inexpensive and easy change that can make a space instantly feel brighter and more cheerful (Lane 2018).  Psychologist Jonathan Kaplan’s 2009 article confirms this stating that plants have been shown to lower blood pressure, improve reaction times, increase attentiveness and improve perceptions of a space. After learning all the positive outcomes of a biophilic design I wanted to create an experiment based on this idea.

  • What will the light sources be?
  • What feeling do you want to evoke?
  • What will the room be used for?
  • What kind of accents will be used in the room?

Red– Red is most stereotypically the color of passion and excitement. A deep red can evoke a romantic mood, while a brighter red is more adventurous and energetic. However, it can also evoke feelings of threat, which is said to increase heart rate and blood pressure. This color can increase appetite, and thus is most often used in kitchen (Nicolae 2018). To avoid any negative association, it is best used as an accent or muted color.

Color theory starts at the color wheel. The color wheel can be considered a road map for understanding the different color combinations and how the brain processes them. The color wheel’s roots date back to the mid-1600’s, and interestingly enough, the person who developed Calculus, also influenced the color wheel we use today. When doing his work with white light, Sir Isaac Newton discovered the visible spectrum of light, and observed the way each color passed through the prism. The result of this discovery was the term “ROY G BIV” relating to the colors red, orange, yellow, green, indigo and violet. Newtons experiments led to the theory that the primary colors (yellow, red and blue) are those from which all other colors are derived (Munsell 2013).  Although not entirely true, this discovery is still influential in the color wheels developed in the early 1800’s, as well as the color wheel we currently use today.

Sims, Amanda. “You Can Do Better Than a Fiddle Leaf Fig.” Food52, Food52, 11 July 2017,

Pomroy, Kathryn. “The Psychology & Use of Color in Interior Design.” The Art Career Project, 19 June 2017,

Before diving into color choice, it’s important that we take a few questions into consideration. According to Kathryn Pomroy, these are the questions to focus on when considering color choice.

Make sure your entranceway is clean, colorful, and welcoming. Arrange all of your furniture to allow you to clearly see the room’s doorway and appear inviting to guests. Decorate with natural elements like flowers and stones. Be sure to keep your home in good condition and free of clutter.

Remember, when you choose which colors to include in your interior, three picks are better than one. Choose a neutral for the largest items like walls and flooring, a calmer color for furniture and other sturdy items. Then, pick a third more dramatic color to pop in your statement accessories and décor.

Blue- The color blue has been shown to lower blood pressure and heart rate. According to ION, it has a calming effect which makes it a good option for homes and offices. Smart says lighter tints of blue evoke a sense of freedom and vitality, kind of like an ocean breeze. A darker blue represents knowledge and power which can evoke a sense of seriousness and integrity within us.

The idea that interior design affects your subconscious is nothing new.

Orange– Similar to red, the color orange can increase our appetite. As a design color a deep orange can create a cozy warmth feeling, and a bright orange can evoke feelings of creativity and joy. A bright orange also becomes a visual target, so only use it on the pieces or parts you want people to notice (Smart 2017).

Usually when we discuss interior design, we talk about the aesthetic aspects – how to achieve a specific look, which decorating style you should emulate, new design trends that you should check out. That’s only one piece of the puzzle.

Gray- A gray interior can give space a sense of elegance. Gray is the most popular neutral because it is less stark than white and black, and is cooler than neutral browns. To avoid creating a boring environment it is best to combine it with another color.

Designers love Fiddle Leaf Figs because they have scale and work with a range of styles (Kurutz 2018). While they can magically transform any room, they are not NEARLY as manageable as their close cousin, the Rubber Tree (Sims 2017). Succulents are not only beautiful but they are a manageable size and easy to maintain. The thrive in rooms with bright light, but like many other plants don’t do well when overwatered. Unlike succulents, the Boston Fern thrives when kept moist. It does well in either medium or bright light and are great for interior hanging plants. The ZZ plant is a good low-maintenance, long-lasting option. Simmons acknowledges its resiliency and ability to handle low to bright light.

Simmons, Kate. “Choosing The Best Indoor Plants For Your Interior.” Decoist, 8 July 2014,

Black- As I’m sure one would assume, black is generally associated with darker moods. However, when not used as an overpowering color choice it can create a feeling of maturity and sophistication. According to Pomroy it is best used as an accent.

Brown- The color brown is used to soothe and provide a warm familiarity within a space. ION states the color brown gives off a sense of security and stability.  Depending on the shade it can add depth and warmth and create a more welcoming space. It’s also a color often associated with feelings of resilience, dependability, security, and safety (Cherry 2017).

If you want a room in your home to appear larger, choose furniture that is scaled to size and slimmer, place a large mirror on the back wall, and create depth with wall hangings. People who want their space to feel inviting should stick to a warm color pallet, create intimate groupings with furniture, and offer plenty of ambient lighting.

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Green- As one of the foundational colors in nature, green indicates a sense of freshness and liveliness. It incorporates the best qualities of its parents: blue’s serenity and yellow’s cheer (Smart 2017). However, different shades will bring your mood different places. The lighter the green the closer to yellow, and this will bring more energy and enthusiasm to a space. The deeper the green and closer to black it is, the more serious and mature the space will feel.

Kaplan, Jonathan S. “Plants Make You Feel Better.” Psychology Today, Sussex Publishers, 11 Mar. 2009,

Purple- Best described, purple is rich and luxurious. It can evoke feelings of sophistication and creativity. About  75 percent of pre-adolescent children choose purple over any other color (Pomroy 2017).  Interior designers can use purple to add drama, or when used as an accent evoke a feeling of mystery. The closer the purple is to red, the warmer and more energizing the hue will be (Smart 2017). The closer to blue, the more soothing and zen the color becomes.

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Color is a powerful design tool. With just the change of a wall color, a small room can appear larger, or a large room more intimate (Matteucci 2014). Supporting Matteucci statement in the claim that bright colors give the feeling of more space, and the darker, warmer colors can make a room appear smaller (Nicolae 2018). Colors can make us feel angry, hungry, worried, calm, comfortable or cheerful. In interior design, color is seen as the easiest material usable to change the characteristic of the environment (Jalil 2011). Color is also useful in influencing human behavior, decision making, health and much more with or without our realization, but how do we know the psychological effects of each color and which one is best for our own space? That’s what I was on a mission to find out.

Howard, Brian. “Visualizing the Psychology of Color – National Geographic Blog.” National Geographic Blog, 20 Jan. 2012,

Kurutz, Stephen. “How the Fiddle-Leaf Fig Became the ‘It’ Plant of the Design World.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 19 Jan. 2018,

Doxey, Jennifer S. “Jennifer S. Doxey.” HortScience, 1 Apr. 2009,

Leach, Nicola. “Color Psychology | How Colors Impact Moods, Feelings, and Behaviors.” Alliance Work Partners, 9 June 2016,

Want to make sure that your home is giving off the right impression? Read on for more information about the psychological side of décor. Use this information to create a design that works for you – inside and out.

After taking these questions into consideration it will be easier to select the colors best suited for your desired room.

You’ve probably heard the saying, “a cluttered desk is a cluttered mind.” Well, it’s true!

Lane, Isabelle, and Claire Greenhill. “Why Experts Are Calling This Plant the Fiddle-Leaf Fig of 2018.” Domain, 21 Feb. 2018,

Randall, Oliver. “INFOGRAPHIC: How Interior Color Choice Can Evoke Moods in Your Home.” Inhabitat Green Design Innovation Architecture Green Building, Inhabitat, 23 Sept. 2013,

  • Function: Will this item fit your needs? Is the kitchen table big enough to seat your whole family? Will this flooring cover the entire area of the room?
  • Symbolic: Does this item have an emotional attachment? Did you choose a collection of family photos for your décor or a print of a painting?
  • Sign: Does this item have a particular or status symbol? Is it a name brand or a generic?
  • Exchange: Is this item worth the price? Would you rather have this singular high-end couch for $1,000 or a whole bedroom suit for the same price?

Donohue, Morgan. “Color Theory & Interior Design.”,, 2018,

Wall colour is the basis of any room’s design, and choosing the wrong colour can be devastating.

Matteucci, Jeannie. “The Psychology of Color.” HGTV, HGTV, 27 Oct. 2014,

Your design choices unconsciously show your personality. Image Via: Peter Salerno, Inc.

Feng Shui your living spaces to bring good energy into your home. Image Via: Marie Burgos Design

Munsell, Albert. “Sir Isaac Newton’s Influence on the Color Wheel.” Munsell Color System; Color Matching from Munsell Color Company, 23 Jan. 2013,

While there are no wrong answers, take Baudrillard’s work into account as you go shopping for items to fill your rooms. Make sure that you’re interiors are giving off the impression you want.

“Visualizing the Psychology of Color – National Geographic Blog.” National Geographic Blog, 20 Jan. 2012

Space is one factor of interior design that can affect your subconscious. Cluttered spaces feel smaller. They can produce feelings of stress, and limit productivity due to distraction. Removing unnecessary objects from a space, and opting for furniture with slim silhouettes can transform the mood of a room.

Research Article: How Does Interior Design Affect Our Subconscious?

Results needed to be kept anonymous due to the line of work and confidentiality reasons, but I was able to know that the responses came from a range of ages from 16 to 60 years old. After receiving the results, I regretted leaving “unsure” as an option for the first question, as that is about what 40% of people chose. Only 5% of people answered no, and the other 55% said yes. Those who answered yes to question #2 used words like “happy”, “relaxed” and “fresh” to describe how the newly added natural elements in the room made them feel. I was surprised that less than 50% of people surveyed have plants in their home, although some stated they do have plants but only outdoor. However, it was encouraging to my research to see that not one person thought we should take the plants out of the office. The large majority of those who do not have plants in their home answered “Yes” to whether or not they wanted plants in their home now.

As stated in some of the individual color analysis’s, the tone, hue and saturation of a color can make a huge difference in the emotion it evokes. Kemal Yildirim did a study where participants were asked to compare two living rooms with very different interiors regarding color tone. The results, as he had predicted, were that warm colors rated higher in terms of “high arousal,” “exciting,” and “stimulating”. Cool colors were associated with “not very arousing,” but were rated higher on the “spacious” and “restful” scale.   According to the infographic by Inhabitat shown above, saturated colors stimulate feelings of idealism, intellect and sensuality where unsaturated colors increase introversion, friendliness and confidence.

Modern color psychology dates its origins to the early 19th-century when Johann Wolfgang von Goethe published his book, Theory of Colours. Though there is some debate regarding the implications of certain shades, researchers, interior designers and marketing professionals seem to agree on these basic tenants:

An area that’s not always taken into consideration is the philological effect of interior design on your subconscious. Believe it or not, the choices that you make when deciding how your home will look have a documented effect on your emotions and perceptions. The color of the walls in your kitchen might be contributing to your anxiety and your brand of couch could lead others to assume that you’re standoffish.

Salk believed that it was his immediate environment that sped up progress and increased productivity. In fact, he felt so strongly on the matter that, with the help of architect Louis Kahn, he facilitated the build of the Salk Institute in California. The facility was designed specifically to stimulate creativity.

This work by Yahina Santana is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Artists and interior designers have long understood the impact color has on mood, feelings and emotions (Leach 2016). Dating all the way back to the 18th century, color theory is the science behind how a person reacts to the specific color and color combinations they see. In interior design, this can be used to create a space that has a distinct look, evokes a desired mood, or encompasses a particular style (Donohue 2018).

Colour affects how a room feels, and how large it appears. As a general rule, darker colours box a room in, and lighter colours open a room up.

Have you ever walked in to a room and felt your mood instantly change? When we hear the words “interior design” our minds tend to switch to thinking aesthetically. We think about style, colors, furniture, lighting and everything visual. However, what many don’t instantly consider is the physical and emotional effects each aspect the interior design can have on our subconscious, and throughout our daily lives. An unfinished or disorganized area can leave YOU feeling unfinished or disorganized. Whether it’s at home or in the office, if the vibe isn’t right then your surroundings aren’t going to be contributing to your success. Questions focused on answering are “How does someone’s interior design effect their mood? Which aspects can be changed to improve this? And how does your interior design play a factor in your success?”

For some, windows in the room allowing students to view out may appear as distractions in the classroom, but the infographic above by Inhabitat explains how views of foliage have been shows to reduce symptoms of ADD in children, meaning they are able to concentrate more on the task at hand and use their creativity in an efficient way. A recent study by the Department of Agriculture at Texas State University found that employees in offices with plants rated their job satisfaction more positively when compared with employees in offices with no plants present. Research also found that interior plant can reduce stress, improve concentration and even reduce air impurities (Doxey 2009).

Using these criteria, a person who chooses a smaller, designer couch over one that is a generic brand that offers plenty of room for their family to spread out together will be considered as very concerned with appearance and social status. Conversely, a person whose refrigerator door is covered in kids’ artwork and postcards from friends’ trips will be seen as more welcoming and sentimental than someone with a minimalist kitchen.

True adherence requires practitioners to analyze each space with a bagua, or energy map, and then use those readings to determine each aspect of their décor – colors, natural materials used. However, if you’re not ready to take that plunge, there are a few things that everyone can do to improve the energy in their home.

White- The color white can create the illusion that a space is larger than it is, but it is also important to consider that too much white can make a room appear empty and bland. It has the ability to brighten a room as well as the mood, and can create an airy, pure feeling. It gives the feeling of purity and innocence that we can relate positive feelings to such as cleanliness and simplicity (Cherry 2017).

Yildirim, Kemal, et al. “The Effects of Physical Environmental Factors on Students’ Perceptions in Computer Classrooms.” Indoor and Built Environment, vol. 20, no. 5, 2011, pp. 501–510., doi:10.1177/1420326×11411135.

Tailor your design so it pleases your body and mind. Image Via: Jessica Helgerson Interior Design

Nicolae, Ion. “The Psychology of Color for Interior Design.” Interior Design, Design News and Architecture Trends, 29 Jan. 2018,

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